The weekend part of the Ottawa Folk Festival is the best part. Why? Because they have the singer/songwriter workshops where the musicians collaborate with other musician. The workshops has a theme or its mostly a jam session and sing whatever songs. It was a nice sunny (no rain) Saturday summer for the festival.
The sun came out in full bloom (hence Gardening theme) on this the first day of the Ottawa Folk Festival. Since the weather reports were saying that it will rain on Friday night. It didn’t and kicked off with alot of amazing acts. The show was hosted by Amanda Putz and Ana Miura. Started off …
August 20th was the first night of the i(heart)music festival. This year it is three nights of great Canadian Indie bands. Playing at Cafe Dekcuf were: Converters Parlovr (they are called Parlour) Still Life Still Sadie Hell
On August 18th, I went to the Rainbow Bistro to what I thought was to see three bands. This will be my first time in this site that I will be somewhat vocal. Apparently the venue had double booked two bands. It was confusing and hysteria of who was playing who. I wasn’t impressed with …
This is my second time seeing Bear Claps but I won’t for their set because its getting late and I am going to miss Wire & Light’s set. Apparently they just announced on stage that they will be playing Pop Montreal. Review of the show shall be up later tonight.
Mud Lake is playing now and they are very rocky.
Right now I am using my brother’s Blackberry. Watching Mishra’s Dream play right now. Gypsy jazz music they play.
Feeling slow with the news about the new Radiohead single “These Are My Twisted Word”. Its been over two years since Radiohead released “In Rainbows” and a long time since Kid A. The band being innovator has decided to release the song free. To be honest, I still haven’t heard Harry Patch (In Memory Of). …
Just came back from a wonderful, intimate but hot and sweaty show at Canteen. Playing were: Old Crowns Wooden Sky It was part of Wooden Sky’s Bedrooms and Backstreets tour.
I got a question to ask.